May
19
Wed
Conversations
May 19 @ 4:00 pm – 4:30 pm

Conversations- Young Adult Librarian Ed Fuqua and Children’s Assistant Miss Solitaire talk about a wide range of topics related to the world of books and learning. Topics include poetry, fantasy, folk tales, fairy lore and world mythology, plus you never know what might pop up.

Tunes & Tales Zoom
May 19 @ 4:00 pm – 4:30 pm

Grab your pith helmets and join storyteller/musician Anne-Marie Forer on a musical journey to the zoo. Act like a monkey. Jump like a kangaroo. Go on a lion hunt. Never a dull moment during this Tunes-n-Tales Zoom program for the Woonsocket Harris Public Library Wednesday, May 19 at 4pm. To register and receive link, contact Chris Goldstein, Children’s Librarian. 401-769-9044.

Program for children and their families. This program is a recording you can watch on Facebook or in our Google Classroom Tunes & Tales w Anne-Marie use code 4fo4has

Anne-Marie Forer strums her guitar and music shakers for the little ones to use. Sing songs, fingerplays, movement activities and rhythm instrument play. Sing along and move to the rhythm of these songs for children and families.

Great for ages 7 and under with adult at home.

 

May
20
Thu
Make-a-Craft
May 20 @ 4:00 pm – 4:30 pm

Virtual craft activity  for children.  Join library staff members as they show you how to do fun craft projects.

Go to the Woonsocket Library Facebook, or YouTube pages

Or visit our Google Classroom. Use code 4fuq5bj to view the latest craft!

May
21
Fri
Exploring Woonsocket
May 21 @ 4:00 pm – 4:15 pm

Ms. Solitaire takes us on a journey across Woonsocket exploring local places, resources and topics. Fridays at 4pm on Facebook. Archived videos can be found on our YouTube site.

May
24
Mon
Booktalking with Ed and Michaela
May 24 @ 4:00 pm – 4:30 pm

Booktalking began as a talk about great books for young people, but it has grown into a freewheeling discussions of exciting topics and themes. We cover everything from serial killers to conspiracy theories, but also books. Hosted by Young Adult Librarian Ed Fuqua and Michaela.